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be a revolving work of art. that would be wonderful. that is what black rock city is. why not transpose that to san francisco? i think the city is now looking at doing art paths for that purpose. it would not be hard, given the abundance of -- after so many years in the desert, there is a huge backlog of brilliant art. magnificent piece is done by armies of artists working together. so that is an obvious things that could be instituted. i also pulled him that we did not have any trash cans in our city. we did not really continue that dialogue. [laughter] >> the question that everyone in san francisco is asking now, i'm going to ask you as a formality. are you going this year? have you ever missed one? have you ever wanted to? >> no. [laughter] at one time, i was very much needed -- i am still needed, from time to time. although, if i and my partners have done our job, we should not be needed that much. i am like anyone else out there. it is a big place. it is hyperactive. not only are there 100 things, but they are all happening at one time. thousands of things happening at one time. i
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. thanks, bob. maria. >> well, we are back with our special coverage today from the black rock trading floor in new york city. we've laid out the numbers. the firm manages more money than the federal reserve, more than $3.5 trillion. the question is, how are they putting their money to work in today's environment? and how are clients allocating capital today? joining me now in a cnbc exclusive are two people at the forefront of those decisions. quinton price and robert kapito, the president of black rock. gentlemen, good to have you on the program. thank you so much for joining us. let me start with quinton, since i don't think you've been with us before. nice to have you on the program. you are the global head of the alpha strategies group. really, a global opportunity for allocating capital. to what do you attribute the rally today? was it the ecb, do you think? was it the election last night? what's going on? the debate, rather. >> europe has been driving the market for months. ever since draghi made his comments, going back two months, we've seen confidence flowing back into equiti
. >> you can rock out to the black eyed peas any time you want. san jose city hall, very vibrant, about 50 men and women grooving to "flash mob," where the seniors can make changes to their medicare. one spokesperson said they're just showing off their dance moves in accordance with a healthy life-style. >> yes, those silver sneakers have some moves out there. let's turn to rob mayeda for the news cast. >> it was nice out there in san jose a bit earlier. cool in san francisco if you're watching us at 5 and 6:00. the sun was out. didn't feel warm at all. 60 degrees in san francisco, upper 50s, inland, fairfield, starting the area in the 90s, today, mainly 70s inland. we'll see more of this in the weekend. and healthy seabreeze in livermore. and location by location forecast, fleet week tomorrow, clouds starting and breaking up tomorrow afternoon. looks like the blue angels may be starting up low, you could see low action with the blue angels tomorrow. and for the world series, the america's cup, we have temperatures in the 60s, but perhaps the weather is best suited for the wind sail, low 6
to him. it's great story. thank you. steve harrigan live in miami. >>> a series of explosions rocking capitol city after a warehouse full of racing fuel catches fire. that's our top story as we go around the world tonight in 80 seconds. canada. thick black smoke poured from the building in winnipeg and then a massive fire ball. >> all of a sudden we seen a big red ball of fire going up in the sky and then the second one and explosions. >> the whole sky was black. everything was black and next thing i know, it was just bang, bang. >> bill: authorities evacuated about 100 homes as firefighters battled the flames throughout the night. nobody hurt. >>> peru. a bus full of passengers plunged hundreds of feet off a cliff, killing at least 22 people. the bus was on a rural road in a northern province. survivors and witnesses reportedly say the driver was going too fast. >>> nepal, army officials worked alongside civilians to search for victims of a dead deadlylandslide. it killed at least six people and workerser look for eight others. heavy rain hampered the search. >>> china, paragliders f
the globe. we'll talk about the bulls and bears coming up with jeff rosenburg. he's black rock's chief investment strategist for fixed income. also equity strategist at miller taback. also carly fiorina will talk about the fresh money coming in for the romney campaign. all that plus states and cities turning to gambling to make up budget shortfalls. we'll bring you a new casino opening up in the battleground state of ohio. first let's get you up to speed on the other top stories. andrew, welcome back. >> good morning. it was decision 2012 in venezuela this weekend. hugo chavez has been reelected. he beat out by a 54-45 margin. in 2006, he won by 27 points. swreker to gives chavez a fresh endorsement of his socialist asian world bank saying brace for slower growth. lowest pace of growth since 2001. and that's predominantly due to the region's exposure to china. and finally, a u.s. congressional committee set to recommend blocking china's big telecom equipment maker from expanding in american markets. leaked report says that there are security risks. >> codo we trust the chinese? >> if y
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